MickTait on an article ‘not only illustrate the time of our peak support but also to at a high level illustrate roughly the age Vital readers’ – read on for more.
I thought of this article to not only illustrate the time of our peak support but also to at a high level illustrate roughly the age ‘Vital’ readers.
I have entered some ‘commentary’ about what the results might mean and what they might illustrate. The question was Were/When did you/have you watched the most PFC games?
The results were:
1930’s or before 6%. If accurate a great response, assuming the individuals were around 10 when they their first in for example game 1935 that makes them now 76 years old.
1940’s 8%. If accurate a great response, assuming the individuals were around 10 when they their first in for example game 1935 that makes them now 66 years old.
1950’s 1%. A very low figure, not sure about the accuracy of this one things have been much worse than they were in the 1950’s.
1960’s 4%. Another very low figure, more ‘Vital’ readers watched games in the 30’s and 40’s than in the 60’s.
1970’s 11%. My personal starting date which coincided with one of debt. John Deacon sold me a square of FP, not sure which one I expect it has gone now. He did not even ask me. The days of Billy Wilson, Eoin Hand, Peter Ellis and Norman Piper.
1980’s 15%. Things were starting to look up and we were winning a bit more supporters came out to watch.
1990’s 15%. Again things were going well which was reflected in attendances.
2000’s 34%. Premier League, FA cup, UEFA cup heady days brought out ‘new supporters’.
Only on TV 6%. We have to accept that not everyone is able to watch live.
Only at Wembley 0%. Like it, usual supporters got in.
Never 0%. This does not reflect badly on those who voted this way, it’s just the way it is.
Written by MickTait.
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